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Web Editor Michael J. O’Brien has been with HRE for more than a decade and holds a degree in economics from Boston College. He can be reached at [email protected]
It takes more than just setting up an analytics team to truly impact your organization.
These sessions will increase your understanding of artificial intelligence in the workplace.
Organizations are using spot bonuses and incentive programs to limit salary increases.
What happens when white male leaders sponsor or advocate for “people like themselves”?
A new poll finds many U.S. workers are struggling when it comes to making healthy lifestyle choices.
New research finds women’s wages are rising faster than their male counterparts.
Low unemployment and high demand for talent is putting job seekers and new employees in control.
New survey links health-enabling communities to higher levels of employee wellbeing.
A recent SCOTUS ruling puts employers on notice when it comes to Title VII lawsuits.
Organizations need to continually reinforce the idea of an anti-harassment workplace culture.
Krista Deguffroy is helping the financial-services company create a more diverse and inclusive workforce.
Employers hiring illegal workers face “exceedingly remote” chances for prosecution.
Presidential candidate Kamala Harris says that, as president, she will fine companies that don’t offer equal pay.
A new report puts a price tag on the effect of stressed employees on a company’s bottom line.
The agency indicates it intends to collect two years of data in the current cycle.
A new academy focuses on programs, resources and community.
HBLC presenter shares findings from new research on opioid use in the workplace.
Employers are embedding their D&I objectives into workplace culture and other programs.
The bill, which has been introduced every year since 1997, now faces an uphill battle in the Senate.
A recent poll finds HR tech spend will rise at three in every 10 companies in 2019.